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for their first hearing. >> get ready for the wagner year as classical music fans celebrate the 200th anniversary of the german composer prosper a. -- gir-- german composer's birt. >> construction problems and safety concerns have dealt yet another set act, the fifth now, to berlin's new international airport. no new opening date has been scheduled, what it is looking like the airport might not be opening before 2014. >> the delays are now having political repercussions. early in's mayor has announced his resignation of chair -- berlin's mayor has announced his resignation as chair. >> the list of problems facing berlin's new airport is getting even longer. the latest raft of issues means the airport will not be able to meet the revised opening date of october this year. over one billion euros more could be needed for the project. it was one disaster to many for klaus wowereit. after a crisis meeting, the mayor of berlin resigned from his post. he has come to represent the continued failure of a project which has been delayed yet again. wowereit not give any information about when the airport wil
with natalie that night in 1981 was her equally famous husband robert wagner and the actor christopher walken. you know him from saturday night live and a lost films. he he was staring along side natalie in a movie called brainstorm. robert wagner reportedly went into a rage, smashing a wine bottle and somehow, some way, the beautiful star of films like splendor in the grass and west side story and rebel without a cause ended up in the water and for 30 years, her death was considered an accidental drowning until last week when a review of the autopsy results led the l.a. coroner to change the cause of death from accident to undetermined. raising the grim possibility that natalie didn't fall off the boat that night, she was pushed. >> on the weekend of november 29th, 1981, natalie wood wagner and her husband, robert wagner, spent the weekend on their boat, the splendid splendf cattily in a island. somehow she ended up in the water and drowned. her death was ruled an accident. recently we have received information which we felt was substantial enough to make us take another look at this case. >
, yeah, he met her. >>> also this morning, not talking. find out why police say actor robert wagner is not cooperating with the investigation into the death of his wife, actress natalie wood, who died more than three decades ago. >>> and big news out of hollywood this morning. taking a break. why one of the hottest actors in hollywood suddenly is walking away from the cameras. and why ginger and bianna are slightly tearing up, as we relate this news. keep it here. wait for it... wait for it... [ dog ] you know, i just don't think i should have to wait for it! who do you think i am, quicken loans? ♪ at quicken loans, we won't make you wait for it. our efficient, online system allows us to get you through your home loan process fast. which means you'll never have to beg for a quick closing. one more way quicken loans is engineered to amaze. bonkers, look at me when i'm talking to you. one more way quicken loans is engineered to amaze. get to sears big weekend event mattress spectacular. get 24 month special financing. and save up to 60%, plus get an extra 10% off. and free delivery.
wagner. police reopened the three decade old investigation in 2011. they've interviewed 100 people but wagner has refused to speak. they say he's cooperated for 30 years and has nothing more to say. woods death was recently changed from accidental drowning to a drowning caused by undetermined factors. >>> 4:20 right now. a sports illustrated writer said he missed red flags during an interview with manti te'o. the senior writer posted a transcript of his interview with te'o on s.i.'s website. he includes a retrospective saying there were clues that the story didn't add up. during the interview, te'o was not confident when had he was talking about meeting la nay ka cue a. he could not find evidence of her existence at stanford where she apparently went to college. te'o released a statement on the hoax but is expected to address the media possibly at some point before the weekend is over. >>> caught on tape, a russian firefighter trying to rescue a family from a burning building is pummeled by snow and ice. he's climbing up the ladder and then boom, a huge mound of snow and ice falls
. alex wagner, the most valuable player of the 2012 campaign. >> in my book, it's david pluf. i think this is a line in the sand for american campaign politics. i think, you know, you said beginnings of what with dean and certainly obama .10. >> crystal, most valuable player of the 2012 campaign. >> i have to say we don't know exactly his identity or her yooidity, but the -- probably the waiter who placed the camera at the mitt romney fund-raiser and captured the 47% comments which i think encapsulated for a lot of people their concerns about mitt romney and the fact that he really wasn't there for all of america that he didn't understand the problems that average americans were facing. >> let's listen to that little moment of video history, the 47%. >> there are 47% of the people who will vote for the president no matter what. all right. 47% who are with him, who are dependent upon government, who believe that they are victims, who believe the government has the responsibility to care for them, who believe that they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you name it. so
inspection. >> robert wagner is refusing to talk with los angeles police investigators a year after they re-opened the case into the debt of his wife, natalie wood, who drowned off catalina island in 1981 while on a boating trip. her death was morningly listed as an accident but this week the coroner announced it changed the cause of death to "undetermined." the "los angeles times" reports that the investigators have interviewed 100 witnesses since the investigation was re-opened and they reportedly drove to wagner's colorado home to talk but he declined to talk. >> reports say energy secretary chu will leave the cabinet post after being criticized for defending the $500 million federal loan to solyndra, the second term cabinet replacements of typical. he earned the ph.d. in physics from berkeley and ran the laboratory. he has a nobel prize in physics if work on cooling and trapping of atoms with light. the former head of major hedge fund is widely believed to be obama's next choice to replace chu. >> spiking of the president, there is plenty of excitement building for the second inaugurati
wagner, declining to be interviewed by detectives in this renewed inquiry into her drowning. harris faulkner with more from our newsroom. harris? >> reporter: jenna, maybe he knows something, robert wagner and maybe he doesn't but he is not talking at this point. natalie wood, famous for movies that were big hits back in her day, "west side story", "rebel without a cause". she was nominated for three academy awards, most people know her because of this case. ever since the night she drowned in 1981 there have been conflicting stories what happened. she was 43 years old and on a yacht with her husband robert wagner and another actor, christopher walken. walken talked with police back then and more recently since the case was reopened in november of 2011 as you mentioned, jenna. they have now interviewed someone00 people, some of them who have never talked with police when wood died that night. they feel like now they have new information but they say to get a complete picture they need robert wagner to sit down with them and answer questions. wagner and his attorneys reportedly denie
there may be a hundred thousand out there free. >>> hollywood case trending again. after robert wagner making the index. the newest chapter in the tragic death of his wife natalie wood. we have long known that wagner was the last person to see her alive on that boating trip. now the case is reopened. a nearly released coroner's report finds that wood had scratches and fresh bruises on her arms and legs. police say that wagner is now refusing to speak with them. her cause of death has now been changed to undetermined. >>> a passing to note tonight in the index. one of the most colorful figures in major league baseball, hall of famer earl weaver suffered an apparent heart attack on a cruise. often described as fiery, but he was beloved by his fans. he holds the a.l. record for the most ejections, 94 of them. earl weaver, was 81 years old. he will be missed. >>> and when we come back on the broadcast -- inauguration eve. who had the shortest speech ever? who was snowed in? broadcast -- inauguration eve. who had the shortest speech ever? who was snowed in? nexium, the purple pill, helps pr
believe there may be a hundred throughout there free. >>> hollywood case trending again. robert wagner. the newest chapter in the tragic death of his wife natalie wood. wagner was the last person to see her alive on that boat trip. now the case is reopened. wood had scratches and fresh bruises on her arms and legs. police say that wagner is now refusing to speak to them. >>> a passing to net tonight in the index. one of the most colorful figures in major league baseball, hall of famer earl weaver suffered a heart attack on a cruise. he was beloved by his fans. he holds the a.l. record for the most ejections, 94 of them. earl weaver, was 81 years old. he'll be missed. >>> when we come back on the broadcast -- who had the shortest speech ever? who was snowed in? nexium, the purple pill, helps provide many with day and night relief of heartburn symptoms caused by acid reflux disease. there is risk of bone fracture, and low magnesium levels. side effects may include headache, abdominal pain, and diarrhea. call your doctor right away if you have persistent diarrhea. other serious stomach co
for guns. >> alex wagner, let's listen to what rush had to say about it. >> he is right about something here, he said, mark the date, it isn't going to be long before moderate republicans start going on television to push the notion that guns are hurting republican ares with independent voters and women. just like abortion, just like the pro livers are hurting independents just like immigration, the moderate spineless linguini spined republican ares it ain't going to be long they wilt. >> alex wagner, rush predicts and we deliver. he said moderate republican ares start going on television and here we have mark. it sounds like there is going to be push back on the perfect sense and they seem to be ignoring that mark and others were right all along during this campaign. >> that was polling bias. that was polling bias and they kept the voters home and that is why mitt romney lost. yes. rush is sort of over compensating for what is a faulty and increasingly emotional argument. it is there. a vast majority of americans support stricter gun laws. it is an undeniable reality. women voters ohio
stability in san francisco. thank you. >> chair wiener: thank you. let me call more names. amy wagner, cole ryan, gabriela, cole, tony robe less, sharea short, dean preston, wu, william hahannon, mir nah, amy wagner, v inia, greg, bobby, jennifer ly lyon. go ahead. thank you. you can see from the crowd that just came up that some people maybe have cut in line, but thank you. go ahead. >> my name is jennifer. i actually hate public speaking but this issue is so important to me that i'm going to make an exceptions. i'm a first time homeowner, a long time renter in san francisco. this legislation is important. it provides protection not only for renters that are in their unit, but for families that have been in t.i.c.s and have been struggling for a long time. the same protections afforded to me as a renter to make sure my rent didn't skyrocket out of control are not in place for t.i.c. owners. the mortgage issue has that impact on us. and our futures are not bright. i thank you so much for putting this it legislation forward. it makes the world of difference for hard-working families in san f
. paul wagner has the story. >> reporter: the firefighters union is denying there was any kind of a coordinated sickout and says the problem new year's eve could have been averted had the department staffed up like it has in recent years. ed smith, the president of the union, says the department is choosing cost cutting over public safety, a claim the fire chief denies. if you call for an ambulance in the district of columbia new year's eve, you were likely left waiting for quite some time. multiple sources with internal department documents to back it up say ambulance crews were in constant motion crisscrossing the city trying to keep up with the demand. on lang place northeast, fire engine 30 transporteded a stabbing victim to the hospital because an ambulance wasn't available. it is highly unusual for a patient to be transported on a fire truck. at this house on 44th place southeast, it took 40 minutes for an ambulance to arrive from prince george's county for a man in cardiac arrest. a relative says the man later died. chief kenneth ellerbe declined to point any fingers ove
until the county council decides what to do next. paul wagner has details from court today. >> anne arundel county executive was stoic as he heard judge sweeney say guilty and not guilty on counts four and five. as he left the courthouse tonight, john only had one thing to say, that he was yet, humbled by the decision. his attorney, bruce marcus, addressed the news media. >> we obviously were disappointed in the court's verdict. it has been our position from the outset that conduct complained of here represented poor judgment as opposed to criminal conduct. we do, however, respect the decision of trial court and we will be working over the next couple of weeks to develop information for the court's consideration so that they will have a more full picture of mr. leapold and the accomplishments of his public service. >> whenever you seek an indictment, you are seeking a conviction on all counts. those were two major counts within the indictment. it was a difficult case. there were several legal issues, not just factual issues. getting a conviction on those two particular charges is
and it could also have some problems getting through this congress. my colleagues alex wagner and steve kornacki join me for that conversation. all this happening just hours after new york's governor andrew cuomo signed new gun control legislation into law. some of the toughest in the country. one state senator calls it a political opportunity. we've all had those moments. when you lost the thing you can't believe you lost. when what you just bought, just broke. or when you have a little trouble a long way from home... as an american express cardmember you can expect some help. but what you might not expect, is you can get all this with a prepaid card. spends like cash. feels like membership. email marketing from constant contact reaches people in a place they're checking every day -- their inbox. and it gives you the tools to create custom emails that drive business. it's just one of the ways constant contact can help you grow your small business. sign up for your free trial today at constantcontact.com/try. ya. alright, another one just like that. right in the old bucket. good toss! s
where she was yachting with her husband robert wagner and christopher walken. today the coroner released an amended report explaining why they changed the death certificate last year to stay "drowning and other undetermined factors." it is because an autopsy showed she had unexplained bruising on her upper body but this wasn't enough evidence to determine if anyone else was determined if the death. >> you need to monitor your teen's online activists but a study speaks to why it is extra important for girls. researchers studied girls ages 14 to 17 and found 30 percent met in person at least one individual who they first met online and 20 percent reported some online sexual solicitation. half the girls were victims of abuse or neglect. that group is more prone to higher risk internet behavior. >> a program to make it safer for kids to walk or bicycle to school is working in the biggest city in new york, the safe routes to school program is in effect in many cities including here in the bay area. columbia university researchers evaluated new york's program and found injuries to pedestrians
wagner and christopher walken. today the coroner released an amended report explaining why they changed the death certificate last year to stay "drowning and other undetermined factors." it is because an autopsy showed she had unexplained bruising on her upper body but this wasn't enough evidence to determine if anyone else was determined if the death. >> you need to monitor your teen's online activists but a study speaks to why it is extra important for girls. researchers studied girls ages 14 to 17 and found 30 percent met in person at least one individual who they first met online and 20 percent reported some online sexual solicitation. half the girls were victims of abuse or neglect. that group is more prone to higher risk internet behavior. >> a program to make it safer for kids to walk or bicycle to school is working in the biggest city in new york, the safe routes to school program is in effect in many cities including here in the bay area. columbia university researchers evaluated new york's program and found injuries to pedestrians age 5 to 19 dropped 44 percent in neighborhood
immediately. >>> we have new information in the opening of the death investigation. robert wagner is reportedly refusing to cooperate with detectives. the los angeles county sheriff's department has said he refused to speak to investigators about what happened on a boat in 1981 on the night wood died. officials reclassified wood's death from accidental to undetermined saying the bruising on wood's arm may indicate that she was assaulted before drowning. >>> second half of lance armstrong's doping admission continues tonight. it is broadcast last night and he confessed to taking banned substances after more than a decade of denial. he took steroids and testosterone and human growth hormone to win the seven tour de france. >> in all of seven, did you ever take banned substances or blood don't? >> yes. >> -- blood dope. >> yes. >> he needed to use performance-enhancing drugs in order to win the championships. he is working to get the lifetime ban from sports lifted so he can compete in triathlons. >>> well just another beautiful day in january. our stretch of really cold weather is
country and the government. wagner has yet to grant them an interview in the drowning of his wife in 1981. her death was ruled accidental but a recent review lead the coroner to change the case to under determined noting that she had bruises on her body that could have happened before she went into the water. they interviewed more than 100 people. boeing will stop delivering the 787 dream liner until it is fixed. it is assembled in washington and north charleston south carolina. they have to prove the batteries are safe. they are light weight but also flammable. >>> san jose and oakland airports plan to get rid of full body scan tears show an imagine that looks like the passenger's naked body. the machines will be replaced by scanners that show a generic imagine of a person and not an actual x-ray of the passenger. it's also already in use at san francisco national airport. it comes after complaints bypass enjereds that says they violated their privacy. >> well, the 49ers should be arriving in atlanta tonight where they will tackle the falcons on sunday. before they left, she caught one
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sexual abuse. law enforcement sources say the investigation is ongoing. brian? >> paul wagner tonight. >>> another big story we're following. the maryland-virginia general assemblies are in session. some of the big issues maryland legislator will face, including gun control, a repeel of the death penalty, and transportation funding. reporter -- legislator of virginia considering gun control, transportation funding and possible changes to teacher tenure. fox 5 spent the day at both opening sessions. we have team coverage and start with john henrehan in annapolis. >> reporter: last year, maryland's legislature tackled several hot-button issues like gay marriage and the dream act. don't expect quite as many headlines this year. there will be fights over where to get more money for fixing maryland's roads, bridges and transit needs, some people think hike the gas tax and others say make it a county option so some georges -- counties can go one way and rural counties go can go another. the governor wants them to abolish the september death penalty and some think capitol punishment should b
was not at fault and paul wagner has more. >> reporter: the driver had just left the scene of another accident on the inner loop between route 50 and 202 come he attempted to make a uturn through a gap that was reserved for emergency vehicle. as the driver made the turn, the tractor-trailer ran into it from behind. from sky fox, can you see the gap in the median where the driver of engine 28 was trying to turn. when the engine was hit by the tractor-trailer and that collision support both vehicles tumbling to their sides, injuring all four firefighters and the driver of the 18 wheeler. an suv was also struck and leave turned. the welcome forced police to close the beltway creating a massive traffic jam in both directions, which tied up traffic on the secondary roads leading into 495. >> the cause of the accident is still under investigation. it's a very complicated investigation involving many parts. the prince georges county police department special operations division collision mike newmans is and cotruction unit is heading that investigation and preliminarily, we believe that the tractor-t
stoppages. no word if the that was caught. congratulations to ashley wagner from alexandria who has won back-to-back figure skating championships even though she fell twice tonight. her program still good enough to get the win based on difficulty. >> wow, you covered it all. >> ice-skating basketball. >> that is a transition. >> if you are still sending things through the mail, snail mail, it is going to cost you a little bit more. >> we tell [ woman ] my boyfriend and i were going on vacation so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot, even on a holiday weekend. ♪ ♪ things are definitely... looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates you can use your citi thankyou p points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/coankyoucards to apply. [ male announcer ] now at your neighborhood subway: the big hot pastrami melt. we've perfected the pastrami sandwich --
and turn it around! pastor and author, philip wagner has been married 28 years and shares the secret to a stronger marriage 'how to turn your marriage around in 10 days' on the 700 club, friday at 10:00 a.m. 3 they are teammng p tt offer you a chhnce to be in a commercial. la scala and sun of italyywant's to see your baltiiore pride. chef nino germmno from ll scaaa and mike pastore from the suu of italy joins us this morning with more. - how can we be aaart of commercial?apart of a commercial?- if we don't win the commercial what are some ther ppizes? -how is la scala involved and what cooking? ooking??- to submit your , commercial entry log on to fox coming up... it was a dangerous week for us... eree at fox45. fox45.22:25:05:28 (say what hotspot word) sword swallower: you just got to get used to the gaggreflex, and enjoy the sensatiin. sensation.the othhrrmoments coming up in our "say what - segment." 3&&pyou're watching fox 45 good day baltimorr. ((break 4)) 3 3 3 3 greenspring map 3 33 the massachuuetts attorney general has now opened an investigation... into a trade sc
their personal reaction is. we wrote a letter to the u.s. attorney benjamin wagner and said let's talk about this, sit down and talk with us, come and meet us and talk to us. we got a rebuff from his office. we wrote a letter to attorney general holder asking him to reconsider this. you talk about a notch on the wall it's been said for decades that a prosecutor's job is not to rack up wins, but to do justice. i know that if attorney general holder if benjamin wagner sat down with matt and molly there's no way they can believe personally that justice is done by sending this good man to prison. >> cenk: all right. >> and in fact, it undermines legitimate sources of medical marijuana in california. >> cenk: they're embarrassed. it's tough to look molly in the face and say i'm going to send your husband to jail for five to 10 years because i want an extra notch in my belt or we're liars and we said we wouldn't prosecute these people and we are prosecuting them and we're not progressives and we're even more right wing than the bush administration when it comes to this. of course, they can't meet you f
around the world will undergo detailed inspections. >> actor robert wagner is refusing to talk with los angeles investigators arrest re-opening the case into the death of natalie wood, his wife, who drowned off catalina island on a boating trip which was listed as an accident originally but not the cause of death has been changed to "undemocraticked." the "los angeles times" reports that the investigators have interviewed 100 witnesses since the investigation was re-opened. they drove to wagner's colorado home to interview him but he refused. >> plenty of excitement for president obama's second inauguration with the former music promotor who called the bay area home. he has attended 7 nominations dating back to nixon in 1972 and seen carter and reagan and president clinton sworn in and was recruited for a second carter ball in 1977 for an overflow crowd. >> they said we need to put together quickly another ball so they used under construction train station and they said what do you want, we don't have money and i said can you fly my mom in and they said yes, so i sat her next to mayor m
care, we might live to see it. >> finally, missouri republican anne wagner just took over todd aiken's seat in the 113th congress. yesterday, she played up her status as a washington outsider when discussing budget negotiations. >> i'm a freshman. i'm new. i was sworn in just three weeks ago today as a new member of the 113th congress. i don't think how they do things in washington, d.c. >> but if the name anne wagner rings a bell with you, it's because she was for four years co-chair of the republican national committee. i wonder if it would have played well with the bush campaign if she would have informed them back then that she was clueless about how things worked in washington. wow. still ahead, president obama's inaugural address left some sort of left wing manifesto. far out of the american mainstream. so why do so many mainstream americans agree with everything that the president put forward in his speech on monday. you're watching "hardball," the place for politics. back to "hardball." >>> we, the people, declare today that the most evident of truths that all of us are creat
for a second time after resting their case. the closing arguments start tomorrow morning. paul wagner is following the trial for us in annapolis. >> reporter: the judge listened to the request for a second request for a acquittal and decided the four remaining charges would stand. there are three counts-of- misconduct in office and one count by a fidish rain shower i and that carries a penalty up to five years in prison if convicted. the defense called a total of three witnesses to the stand. two doctors and the personnel director for anne arundel county. they each testified about the two back surgeries and the excruciating pain he was experiencing before and after. the defense argued that he was in no condition to help himself and needed the police security detail and other workers to empty his catheter bag, run campaign-related errands and help him put up campaign steinsigns. a pattern of abusing county resources, according to the prosecution. the county personnel director said he paid back a $5,000 raise from the county and took a 5% pay cut at the same time that county workers had
exclusive. our own paul wagner with a preview now. >> fox 5 learned the d.c. police officer is in custody charged with sexually abusing a young woman he met in a local church choir. after an areawide search, the officer turned himself in today. tonight at 6, the details of the disturbing case. >> and we'll see you then. >>> also, cabinet changes and other high-profile member of the obama administration resigned and that and much more when i join you in a few minutes at 6. [ male announcer ] now at your neighborhood subway: the big hot pastrami melt. we perfected the pastrami sandwich -- filled with hot, juicy pastrami, pickles, yellow mustard and bubbly melted cheese. all piled-high on our signature freshly baked bread. made hot, toasty and just for you. and don't be afraid to put your spin on this deli style deliciousity -- add your favorite ingredients, like spicy jalapeÑos or crisp green peppers. get to your local subway and taste some perfect pastrami today! subway. eat fresh. . >>> we will know by friday if the gunman accused in the colorado movie theatre shooting will stand trial.
victim was transported to the hospital in a fire truck. paul wagner has the story. >> reporter: the firefighters union is denying there was any kind of a coordinated sickout and said the problem new year's eve would could have been averted had the department staffed up like it had in recent years. ed smith, union president, says the department is choosing cost cutting over public safety, a claim the fire chief denies. if you call for an ambulance in the district of columbia -- called for an ambulance in the district of columbia new year's eve, you were likely waiting for quite some time. multiple sources within internal department documents to back it up say ambulance crews were in constant motion criss-crossing the city trying to keep up with demand. on lane place northeast fire engine 30 transported a stabbing victim to the hospital because an ambulance was not available. it's highly unusual for a patient to be transported on a fire truck. at this house on 44th place southeast it took 40 minutes for an ambulance to arrive from prince george's county for a man in cardiac arre
drowning. police have not been able to get ahold of robert wagner, woods' husband at the time of her death. police interviewed 100 people since reopening the investigation in 2011 but wagner has refused to speak. his lawyers say he's cooperated for 30 years and has nothing more to say. woods' death was recently changed from an accidental drowning to drowning caused by undetermined factors. >>> the colorado movie theater where a gunman opened fire last summer is open again. victims and their families attended a private ceremony last night at the denver area theater where 12 people were killed and dozens of others wounded. police and other first responders were also there last night. colorado's governor called last night's ceremony one step on the path to healing. several victims' families, though, boycotted the event. they called it akal us p.r. ploy by the theater's owners. >>> are the president's kids more important than yours? why is he skeptical about putting armed security in our schools when his kids are protected by armed guards at their schools? >> new jersey governor chris christie
on the protection detail taking part in the activity. fox 5's paul wagner has the story. >> reporter: in his opening start to the judge the state prosecutor said john leopold abused -- statement to the judge the state prosecutor said john leopold abused and misused the public trust saying leopold is accountable for his conduct, misgrievous use of county employees for his own personal gain, but the defense attorney had a different take telling the judge dennis sweeney four of the five charges against his client do not violate the law under the state's criminal statutes and told the judge the charges defied logic because leopold's behavior was the worst kept secret in the world. as testimony got underway, the state's first witness was patricia medlin, john leopold's scheduler. well over an hour medlin repeatedly said she was nervous as the defense objected dozens of times to the questions she was asked. when medlin was allowed to answer, she told the court she was afraid to say no to john leopold. she was an at will employee and knew saying no to the man would be viewed as being disloyal. so m
of the charges against him. he says it's because the state has not met its burden of proof. fox 5's paul wagner has the latest. >> reporter: the judge's decision to throw out count to of the indictment has to do with an allegation john leopold was seen on at least six occasions by his police security detail throwing out the campaign signs of his political rival. the judge said in his view leopold was acting as a private citizen, and it did not rise to malfeasance in office. the day began with defense attorney passionately arguing his client's case telling judge sweeney over a good part of the morning the common law crimes john leopold is accused of are constitutionally vague. he used a tv vane to make his point telling the judge, the police are the criminal law experts and where was the chief in all of this? several police officers testified under immunity that they complained to the chief of police about leopold's demands, but nothing was done and there was no, as one officer put it, remedy. no one was required to do anything john leopold asked. they could have just said for. he called it triv
not been able to get ahold of robert wagner, woods husband at the time of her death. police reopened the investigation back in 2011. since then, they've interviewed 100 people but wagner has refused o speak. his lawyers say he's cooperated for 30 years and has nothing nor say. >>> in less than two hours, the body of a poisoned lottery winner will be exhumed from a chicago cemetery. urooj kan died as he was about to get his lottery winnings. further toxicology exams led to the conclusion that the former dry cleaner was poisoned. cyanide was found in his system. police are hoping that an autopsy produces more evidence. >>> one chicago lawmaker wants a city wide wan on energy drinks. the sun-times, a leading city council member proposed the sweeping ban yesterday. banning drinks, including red bull, monster and 5-hour energy to people of all ages, not just children. the proposed punishment for having a banned energy drink will be as much as $500. >> yelp will bring you more than reviews. that site was partnering with cities to -- the feature will indicate how the health department grade
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